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The IPC Brussels

July and August 2018 at IPC

September at IPC

Saturday, Sept 15: Celtic themed Vesper at 5 p.m.

Sunday, September 16 is a “Car Free” Sunday in Brussels. For this reason there will be no worship on that Sunday.

Thursday, 6: Bibles and Beer at 5:30 at Carpe Diem

Sunday, 23: Sunday Worship at 11:15 followed by Welcome Back Picnic!

Tuesday, 25: the deadline to register for the Annual AICEME Youth Conference hosted this time by the American Church in Paris (November 1-4). Contact Pastor Murray for details.

Sunday, 30: Sunday Worship at 11:15 followed by fellowship time.

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Mission of the Month – Oasis Belgium

Mission of the Month – September

Oasis Belgium

Oasis Belgium is part of a worldwide family of organizations working to help the most marginalized find community, choice, and hope. Oasis is a Christian organization motivated by the belief that everyone should be treated with respect and dignity.

 Inspired by the life, teaching, and example of Christ, the purpose of Oasis is to transform communities and to work with people who are excluded from community. In Belgium, that vision has lead Oasis to run projects supporting the children of people without papers, helping them to stay in school, eat well and have stable accommodation while helping the parents to regularize their papers and find work. Oasis also runs a project that helps women who have been trafficked escape exploitation, find community and employment.  For Oasis Belgium, the issue of excluded and lonely elderly people is also very important, so they have a project which helps to connect isolated elderly people to community.

Oasis works hand in hand with local communities, embassies, churches, and other institutions to bring about long-lasting change in the lives of women, children, and elderly people in Belgium. Their goal is to offer compassion where hurt is rampant and to bring community to places of loneliness.